Amazon entered India in mid-2013 and soon became one of the biggest e-commerce players in the market. Last year, the company launched its Prime video subscription service in the country to create ripple in the online streaming market and locked horns with the likes of Netflix and Hotstar. It is pretty clear that Amazon considers India as a potential market and hence has big plans for the country. Following the Prime Video launch last year, Amazon launched its Fire TV Stick with voice remote for Rs. 3999 in India last month.
We have got our hands on the Amazon Fire TV Stick, so let’s take a detailed look at the features and see if this could be your go-to streaming device. Continue reading “Amazon Fire TV Stick Review: A value for money streaming device”
This week Samsung launched its flagship phones Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ in India, Xiaomi announced Mi 6 flagship, Amazon launched Fire TV Stick in India and much more. Let’s take a look at all the announcements and launches that happened this week. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup – Xiaomi Mi 6, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, Amazon Fire TV Stick and more”
Amazon today launched Fire TV Stick, its latest streaming device that plugs into an HDTV that lets you watch movies, TV shows, use apps and play games. It is powered by quad-core MediaTek processor and has 802.11ac dual-band WiFi. It also comes bundled with a voice remote that lets you search Amazon Video content using just your voice and offers spoken language support for Indian customers in Hindi and English. Continue reading “Amazon Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote launched in India for Rs. 3999”
Months after introducing the Fire TV, an Android-based streaming box, Amazon has introduced Fire TV Stick, the company’s first streaming stick and the competitor of Google Chromecast stick. It connects to the HDMI port on HDTV and uses USB port for Power, similar to Chromecast so that you can stream content such as movies, TV shows, music, photos, apps, and games from Amazon content library, mirror your phone or a tablet and automatically upload photos or videos to Amazon Cloud Drive. Continue reading “Amazon introduces Fire TV Stick, a $39 streaming stick”